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- December 18, 2013
- So close! Your gift can still be matched!
So far, Adventure Cycling members and donors have given $85,150 to meet our $100,000 match challenge. Donate today to double the power of your gift!
- December 18, 2013
- Meet Norma Nickerson: Researching Bicycle Tourism in Montana
Norma’s work will provide the necessary data for tourism, policy makers, community and statewide leaders, business leaders, and land managers to better understand the economic impacts of bicycle tourism in Montana and the best ways to attract bicycle travelers to this state.
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Homepage - Adventure Cycling in the News
- December 19, 2013
- Experiential tourism – From towpath to town
- The Great Allegheny Passage connection with the C&O Canal National Historical Park towpath in Cumberland, Md., was recently designated a U.S. Bike Route 50 by the Adventure Cycling Association. Now, cyclists from across the nation and abroad can plan a journey along the trail and into our towns. Over a million cyclists have taken this journey over the past five years.
- December 11, 2013
- Florida or bust: Former Floridian rides bike from Seattle to Miami
- George Holroyd, 66, retired from his job as an engineer at 65 and immediately turned to his bucket list. First on the list: bicycling from his current home in Seattle to his former home in Miami.
- December 9, 2013
- Six months from now a bicycle race of truly epic proportions will begin on the Oregon Coast. On June 7th riders will begin the inaugural Trans Am Bike Race from Astoria to Yorktown, Virginia. That's a whopping 4,233 miles of racing that will be missing one important thing: support. That's right, competitors in the Trans Am Bike Race will not be allowed any outside assistance.
- December 3, 2013
- Adventure Cycling Association Honors Bicycle Travel Award Winners
MISSOULA, MONTANA, December 5, 2013 — Adventure Cycling Association has announced the winners of its 2013 Bicycle Travel Awards. “This was an inspiring for our awards program, we received 66 outsanding nominations,” said Alison Riley, awards committee chair. “We couldn’t be more excited to present this year’s winners.”
- November 5, 2013
- New U.S. Bicycle Routes Approved in Maryland and Tennessee
Approved routes in U.S. Bicycle Route System now encompass 5,847 miles in 12 states
MISSOULA, MONTANA, November 5, 2013 — Adventure Cycling Association and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) today announced that AASHTO's Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering has approved U.S. Bike Route 50 in Maryland, which follows the C&O Canal Towpath, and U.S. Bike Route 23 in Tennessee.
Adventure Cycling Association depends on a highly productive and creative staff to accomplish the multifaceted programming and services that we offer in support of America's traveling cyclists.
- Development Coordinator
Adventure Cycling Association seeks a creative, well-organized, and detail-oriented person to fill the role of Development Coordinator in our Development Department. This is a unique opportunity for a self-starter with initiative to join a fast-growing development program. The ideal candidate will be a team player who works well in a fast-paced environment, meets deadlines and works well under pressure. The candidate will ideally have some experience in development or communications and marketing as well as an enthusiasm for cycling and bicycle travel. The position is based at Adventure Cycling’s headquarters in beautiful and bike-friendly Missoula, Montana.
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As a nonprofit organization, Adventure Cycling Association's mission is to inspire and empower people to travel by bicycle. Established in 1973 as Bikecentennial, we are the premier bicycle-travel organization in North America with more than 35 years of experience and 46,500 members.
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